Churning Winds

Earth’s transition
global warming
nature spits
hidden secrets

January mulberries
sights unseen
arms out
hold tight

Churning winds
blow hard
change spirals
coming down

Animals rage
dark foreboding
nerves rattle
again again

Ever more
seek Self
lose ego
feel complete

source: Eddie Two Hawks, 2016

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14 thoughts on “Churning Winds

    • It was having ripe Mulberries in January that inspired this. (it usually happens in March)
      Thank you for your kind and thoughtful response Donna. Enjoy a fruitful day

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